Since I wanted to stay around the area, I finally chose "The Baba House" as our place to stay for a night.
|The Baba House - Malacca|
The Baba House had just been renovated (mainly inside their bedrooms) not long time ago. It was built in the historic building, located along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, one block behind the famous tourist spot called Jonker Street.
|The elegant entrance of the hotel|
There was a strong taste and flavor of the oldies Peranakan culture inside as it was decorated in mixture of ancient Chinese and Dutch style. There were old photos displayed and old furniture as well that brought you back the feeling of staying during that period of time (19th century).
|In the middle of the Baba House - typical Peranakan house in Malacca|
It cost about S$70 per room for Heritage Deluxe Queen room and S$80 for Heritage Heeren King room, both were with no window. We found all the rooms comfortable, equipped with air-conditioner, newly renovated bathroom, Chinese oriental sink, flat-screen TV, kettle with coffee powder, hair dryer, free Wi-Fi and including breakfast for 2.
The hotel provided full body massage service too, which cost RM100 for one and half hour. My hubby, Mom, brother, and sis-in-law went for it and came back with face full of satisfaction.
At night, it was quiet and looked a bit eerie but nothing to be scared of. If you want to experience a local Peranakan feeling, this place would be a great choice to be!